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All of 2020’s top Android phones running on Qualcomm’s latest chip will have 5G — whether you want it or not
The previous generation Snapdragon 855 chip came in two variants — one that supported 5G and one that did not.
T-Mobile just pushed the button for its 5G network that it says will cover 60% of Americans — way more than AT&T and Verizon
T-Mobile says its new nationwide 5G network covers 20,000% more people than AT&T and Verizon's 5G networks.
The Galaxy S11 could have reduced curved edges and the punch-hole selfie camera may find itself in the top center of the screen.
I tried Apple’s new AirPods Pro and Sony’s popular ‘AirPods killer’ earbuds, and if you care about sound quality, the winner i...
The new AirPods Pro have the best features for iPhone users, but the Sony WF-1000XM3 earbuds have the best sound quality for everyone.
The new Motorola Razr is the most desirable smartphone in years, but there are 4 key reasons why you shouldn’t buy it
People who value fashion and design will gravitate to the new Motorola Razr, but anyone who values function and value should wait a few years.
Google's Pixel 4 starts at $800, but you can do a lot better with a smartphone that costs $600 without sacrificing very much at all.
There are 7 key reasons you should buy Samsung’s $900 Galaxy S10 instead of the cheaper Google Pixel 4
Samsung's Galaxy S10 is $100 more than the Pixel 4, but it has the specs, features, and design to show for it.
Motorola isn’t revealing its new Razr foldable phone for a few more days, but it’s already been spotted out in public
Someone, somewhere already has Motorola's new Razr foldable smartphone in their hands, even though it's not being unveiled until November 13.
Google's Pixel 4 didn't blow away reviewers, but there's still a few things about Google's flagship that trump Samsung's Galaxy S10.
Verizon’s other mobile service called ‘Visible’ has the best deal you can possibly find for mobile data plans — with a little ...
Each person on Visible's "Party Pay" plan is resonsible for their bill, so there's no more solitary person making sure everyone pays up.